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Zachary Bullough
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My office. Notice the lack of windows. 
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Yet another bill crammed with things we should be terrified about. Why are we even considering passing this crap? 

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Scientific American Reader: Thawing Tundra May Produce Less CO2. http://goo.gl/mag/AYOZYXg

Wait, so you're saying the system is too complicated to really know what's going on?! No way! 

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CNET: Engineer crafts induction-powered LED ring for love. http://goo.gl/mag/dF04pfL

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We went to comedy sportz... and took some random photos!
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August 17, 2012 (4 photos)
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There's something that's been bothering me a lot lately, with the increase in political garbage floating around thanks to election time. And that's all the people at each others' throats over whether government involvement is beneficial to the economy, or not. Whether the president has any place trying to regulate things.

What's bothering me isn't the arguments. There always have been and always will be arguments for and against free-market capitalism. What bothers me is that its irrelevant. This country was founded on the principle of, in some of the most famous words, "give me liberty or give me death." That can't possibly be misinterpreted. The founding fathers felt that death was preferable to a reduction in liberty. There were no caveats. The constitution was the best way they could determine to ensure liberty to their posterity without deteriorating into chaos.

I feel the same way. I personally think that a near complete elimination of government in the economy would be beneficial. If I'm wrong, I'd still rather have it that way. Liberty or death. No exceptions. That's what this country is about.

I think its peculiar that with as flexible as QT is, (QString) bool doesn't work. Ah well, #define BTOQ(B) B ? (QString) "True" : (QString) "False" works just fine. Thank you, preprocessors.

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I defended against a #zergrush on Google Search.
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